Makalu 67

$59.99 USD
In stock

The lightweight solution for competitive gamers that expect no less than uncompromised performance. Using PixArt’s PAW3370 sensor with up to 19000 DPI and a patented unique ribcage design weighing only 67g.


Molded to provide strength without the need for a subframe Makalu 67 takes lightweight mouse design to new heights while introducing an unseen refined style to the existing landscape, offering the weight of a small mouse in the form factor fitting medium to large hands.


Why settle for less when you can get the best? Makalu 67 is the world's first mouse to be equipped with the latest PAW3370 sensor offering up to 19.000 DPI, a very low lift of distance of 1 to 2 mm and a 50% lower error rate than PMW3389.


Never lose control and sight of your DPI settings with a dedicated DPI button and 4 indicator LEDs. Up to 5 DPI configs between 100 and 19000 DPI can be defined in Base Camp and saved to your Makalu 67, making it easy for you to take your setup with you on the road.


With industry-leading Omron switches rated at 50 million clicks you can be assured that it will last you all the way to the MOUNTAIN top. Up to 5 DPI configs between 100 and 19000 DPI can be defined in Base Camp and saved to your Makalu 67, making it easy for you to take your setup with you on the road. Optimizations are in place to prevent double-clicking and a Japanese ALPS encoder ensures crisp and satisfying wheel performance.


16.7 million colors and numerous RGB modes are at your disposal. With individual RGB lighting for each of the 8 LEDs in the ring, the choice is yours. Make elaborate effects in Base Camp or swap through presets via hotkeys and save your favorite configs in up to 5 profiles on Makalu 67's internal memory. For additional synchronization we also added Razer Chroma™ RGB support.


Prepared for the heat of the battle as well as little accidents the water-repellent PCB coating has you covered, ensuring durability throughout. Cleaning is easy as well, with the ribcage design offering plenty of air flow for canned air to breathe fresh air into Makalu 67.


Our braided MOUNTAIN Lifeline cable is so light and flexible that you might find yourself forgetting it’s even there. Even the tightest of bends won’t give you hassle. It exits Makalu 67 at a 5° angle to reduce drag, making a bungee optional. Bordering on magic, the MOUNTAIN Lifeline cable is the last stop before wireless.


No need to get stuck in your tracks, with 100% PTFE mouse feet the Makalu 67 will glide like a freshly waxed snowboard. And when the feet are worn after many battles and victories? It's incredibly easy to replace them. Not only are they easily removable, we include a replacement set of feet with every Makalu 67.


Your Makalu is supported by our Base Camp™ software, designed and developed from the ground up to equip you with all the tools you need for your ascension. Base Camp™’s primary design goal was balancing ease of use and flexibility, enabling you to set up your Makalu mouse precisely the way you want it, without being in your way.

Base Camp™ includes:
• Macro wizard and editor
• Custom key bindings
• Wide range of RGB features
• Software and Firmware Updater
• Razer Chroma™ RGB support


Sensor PixArt PAW3370 sensor
Encoder ALPS
Max DPI 19000
Lift Off Distance (LOD) 1-2mm
Tracking Speed 50g
Buttons 6
Color(s) Black
Grip Claw / Palm
Backlight RGB
Polling Rate 1000Hz / 1ms
MCU Cortex M0

Connector USB Type-A
Cable length 1.8m
Product Dimensions 127x70.2x42.2mm (LxWxH)
Product Weight 67g*
Onboard memory Yes, 5 profiles
Materials ABS
Micro switches (L+R) Omron 50M
Software Support Base Camp™
Warranty 2 years
Included Accessories
Brand stickers
Cable tie

* without cable and ± 2 grams variance

Customer Reviews

Based on 91 reviews
Austin Crook

Works great, looks great

Manuel S.
Does the job well

about the product:

+ great shape and weight
+ side buttons are ok/good (size, pre- and posttravel)
+ up to date sensor
+ very flexible cable

# software does the job (haven't used it much)

- shows some creaking after months of use (no flexing though)
- shell feels like cheap plastic, no real coating on the mouse (maybe water resistant and easy to clean but not that good for sweaty hands)
- mouse feet could be a bit thicker and maybe fall off more around the edges (they seem to groove inwards in the middle which I don't like either, does not bother that much though)

things that would improve the mouse for me:
- better click feeling (more tactile) for the main buttons (nothing wrong with them though I like the Huano switches on the Vaxee NP-01 better)
- remove the grooves in the shell on the sides, I don't like the feeling on my thumb, ring finger and pinky
- maybe lower the main mouse buttons (left and right click) may 2-3 mm (though keep it that way that the right button is lower than the left)
- I'm also all up for a wireless version :)

about me:
- fps veteran for 10+ years
- hand size around 21 cm x 12 cm
- grip style: relaxed (pincer) claw where only the fingertips and upper right of my palm touch the mouse
- used mouse pad: Artisan Zero (Soft)
- mouse tested for around 6 months

Matteo Giasi
Great mouse, super fast and responsive. Too bad the buttons.

The mouse is really well made, the size is fine for medium to large hands and it is very fast.
A small problem after months of use, that the buttons occasionally receive 2 clicks instead of 1.

Honest Review

Pros: Honestly, the mouse fits naturally in my palm to my play style of using palm grip. One of the few mouse out there that caters this type of style.

Cons: the software is lacking a bit of features that are considered industry standards these day for example, There’s still no option to control or adjust the x & y axis settings from the software. This honestly should have been there from day one launch yet has not been added to the base camp software.

The mouse starts creaking and the flexing on the frame/shell after some time of use. When the mouse is cold to the touch it’s doesn’t give of any these however when your palm transfers enough heat to the frame or outer shell of the mouse is when I start to see the symptoms arise . While it won’t hinder gameplay, it gets a bit irritating to the ears to hear that creaking and flexing sounds when you lift the mouse or move it around. it’s doesn’t feel as rugged or sturdy as the other mice in its class like glorious model D which I happen to use as well.
The left mouse button has a bit of play/wiggle to it. Not the best feeling but I’d like to see this fixed.

Thoughts: overall, not a bad mouse at all. Some quality of life improvements and better build quality will make this a phenomenal contender in the light weight mouse category

Belov Aleksander
There are some quirks

Hi! I've been using the Makalu 67 mouse extensively from the moment I received it and have some moments to mention, for I needed to disassemble the device in order to fix manually this stuff:

1) The "back" side button (which is closer to user) have a larger internal gap to the microswitch stem then the "front" one, making percieved pre-travel difference between the two side buttons obvious. After I applied some hi-viscosity (760G) gel drop on the tip of the button internals, the effect was gone or became much less pronounced.

2) After 4 months of usage approximately, the body became sqeaky. Disassembling the body and lubricating perimeter borders of the two parts with the gel helped. Also, the internal body lock elements are thin - got one broken, but maybe I needed to be more patient.

3) The alps encoder works inconsistent now in a sense that for approx two-three 360 degree wheel revolutions there's a strange tactile bump (I don't really remember if this appeared before or after I desassembled the mouse so more like a comment...I also own a steelseries mouse with an alps encoder with no tactile issues regarding wheel, except after 3 or 4 years there are faulty strokes registration on the steelseries mouse, just so you know)

4)Rarely, but the rim LED color resets to none. Happens maybe once in two months or less. Other software components work just fine.

5) I have a 190х90 mm hand and the mouse shape isn't fully comfortable because of the right button influx on the body, resulting my ring finger being constantly bit by the right button while pressing. Of course one can adapt the grasp, but honestly, after the Zowie ec1, the Makalu 67 feels a little thin on it's width.

6) The two main buttons feel flimsy due to two factors: there's a border bump of the button panels with the main body during post travel and the omron microswitches are not that pronounced in the tactile part of the click as huano for say (I have them on my Zowie mouse). Also, If you press the LMB and carry it left to right slightly you can feel some tactile scratchiness (feels when spraying in shooters).

The chord is awesome, the weight is something I won't go away from to any of my older devices and the coating with perforations is just right for my hands (they tend to sweat extensively on the Zowie device). The glides are bangers and the white color scheme rocks!

Hope this helps!